DrivingPowderhorn Mountain Resort is 40 miles northeast of Grand Junction, the area's largest city. From Grand Junction, take I-70 East to exit 49, Colorado 65 South. 8 miles after you pass through the small town of Mesa, Powderhorn will be on your right. Powderhorn is 230 miles west of Denver, again, off of I-70. Click here for a Google map.
Powderhorn has partnered with Rocky Mountain Orthopedic Association and Saint Mary's and is now offering Saturday and Sunday Bus Service! For the month of March this service is FREE! If you would like a ride down the Mountain, please sign up at the SRC desk by 2pm.
Powderhorn Weekend Bus
Reservations are required for the Powderhorn Bus, and can be made by calling the Ski & Ride Desk at (970) 268-5700 ext. 2080. To ride the Powderhorn Bus, you must be at least 14 years of age, or older.
The Powderhorn Bus has three different pick up, and drop off locations. Make sure to get to your pick up location early so the bus can leave on time.
7:00 @ Mesa Mall, East entrance at Cabela's
7:30 @ Albertson's on 12th and Orchard
8:00 @ Gold's Gym in Clifton
The Powderhorn Bus will depart from Powderhorn promptly at 4:30, and drop off riders in reverse order. Please keep in mind that it is still winter and varying road conditions may exist, increasing drop off times. Our goal is to make sure everyone gets up and down the mountain safely.
(These times are approximate)
5:15 @ Gold's Gym in Clifton
5:45 @ Albertson's on 12th and Orchard
6:15 @ Mesa Mall, East entrance at Cabela's
Air and Train ServiceThe Grand Junction Regional Airport has daily service to Denver, Phoenix and Salt Lake, as well as additional nonstop service to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston and Dallas. Grand Junction is also served by Amtrak. Click here for a flight schedule.
Route Map for Grand Junction Airport
Download the Flight Schedule (pdf)